% --On Monday, 31 March, 2003 09:01 -0800 Bill Manning
% <bmanning(_at_)ISI(_dot_)EDU> wrote:
% > Is may be worth noting that RIRs have -NEVER- made
% > presumptions on routability of the delegations they make.
% I believe that, although I remember some arguments within ARIN
% back when I was on the AC about whether it was legitimate or
% rational to make allocations that were believed to be
% unroutable. But I've gotten several private notes that lead me
% to believe that a lot of the community doesn't believe this or,
% more specifically, believes that everyone will fall into line
% and route any delegation that an RIR makes directly and, hence,
% that any RIR allocation will, de facto, become routable.
Mass Delusion is just that. Witness the 69/8 debacle.
presumptions of routability are in the eye of the
Opinions expressed may not even be mine by the time you read them, and
certainly don't reflect those of any other entity (legal or otherwise).